Ruby instead of AppleScript?

All our apps are highly scriptable using AppleScript, OS X’s native scripting architecture for Cocoa applications. But if you’re more into Python and Ruby, you can use that, too. MacRuby, Matt Neuburg’s work, and thread in our user forum with example scripts on how to use Ruby to control DEVONthink Pro (Office) give you a hand up.

One Response to “Ruby instead of AppleScript?”

  1. Sven L├╝tkemeier says:

    It should be noted that appscript, the library on which the ruby and python integration depends, is no longer developed or supported, so its use is not recommended for new projects by the original maintainer: http://appscript.sourceforge.net/status.html

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